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are now powering some of america's biggest cities. siemens. answers. this reduced sodium soup says it may help lower cholesterol, how does it work? you just have to eat it as part of your heart healthy diet. step 1. eat the soup. all those veggies and beans, that's what may help lower your cholesterol and -- well that's easy [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. . >>> in the spotlight tonight, the republican struggle against the violence against women act. last week, southern gentleman, eric cantor, claimed to care deeply about "women in the abuse" situation. >> you know, i, as a gentleman care very deeply about women in the abuse situation that we need to get them the relief that this bill offers. that is what we want to do. that is our priority. we must move and act on this bill. we want to protect the women who are subject to abuse. and unfortunately, there are issues that don't directly bear on that that have come up that have complicated it, as the gentleman knows, but in working with his office and the vice president, i hope to bring it up in an expeditious. >> tw
. >>> in the spotlight, the unbelievable cost of modern medicine. so a 30-year-old man, oklahoma city, we'll call him steve h., suffered from back pain, nothing too uncommon, adults in the country get pain often for back pain. steve had an element planted in his back, be in and out, same day surgery, steve wouldn't even have to spend a single night in the hospital. plus, he was insured through his union, which had an annual payout of $60,000. and he still had thousands to spend. how much could a routine out-patient procedure for a stop-watch sized thing cost? well, cost steve $86,000. and little did he know the cost of the stimulater would wipe out his payout. nobody told him it had a price tag of $49,237. on top of that, he was charged for the marker they used to write on his back, another $32 for a blanket, yes, a reusable hospital blanket to keep him warm. he had to pay $39 for the larger hospital gown, not the win he wore, the surgeon's gown, you can buy them for six apiece. unfortunately, steve h.'s story is not uncommon. they take a look at steve h. and many other americans struggling to pay th
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